914 Headshot.

Of all the sketches I sent off only one came back, and it wasn’t the one I expected. Long after I sent off that set of toys I’m still getting emails about people wanting it. It’s still available on Toys R Us dot com as of the time of this writing. They must have made plenty of them. In a related note, I was looking at a fresh box of the pony figures and noticed that the codes that let you know what was in each blind bag had been changed. We’ll be back to having every bad opened up and looked in pretty soon. XD

I finally used the last of my points card from Christmas to get Colors 3DS. It’s painting software for the 3DS. For being on a handheld game system it’s pretty full featured too. I haven’t posted much because I haven’t completed much of anything. http://colorslive.com/author.php?page=1&id=39140 Anyway, It’s neat because you can paint on multiple levels and make images 3d for viewing on a 3DS. It flattens it all for the net. Anyway, it’s amusing how much porn is already all over the public gallery. In some things humans will never dissapoint you.

There’s some weird bug in the posting system for the site. It’s a brand new one that disables my mouse cursor. I also can’t post links properly anymore. Which is why that gallery one isn’t properly formatted. The other day I had to look up html just to post that picture of Ed.


Once again, Reggie proves that, despite being a total prick, he has a bit of honor.

Via con Dios. Mike is the fucking bomb, at all times. Que chevere.

at least Reggie has a spot of a redeeming quality. Wes, on the other hand, has shown no evidence of having any honor.

Nor much character at all. I don’t dislike him, don’t like him. Reggie, I love to hate. Mike is just the fucking bomb. Lo mas chevere de todos.

Great comic, and I see on your Twitter that plenty of people are bringing it up, so I’ll say what you probably already know. It’s spelled “Vayan con Dios” or “Go with God.”

“Ir” is the infinitive form of the verb meaning “to go”. Seeing as it’s an irregular verb, it conjugates out into the imperative form “vaya,” which equates to an order or instruction rather than a statement of fact. But that’s the singular of the imperative form, which you would say when speaking to just one person. When speaking to multiple people, the verb becomes “vayan.”

Hate to say it, but I have to agree a bit with Wes on this one. There’s no room for honor in a matters of life and nerf guns.

Honour is a good way to get yourself killed pointlessly. I live by one simple rule, ingrained in my mind as a youth by watching cartoons: Just shoot Skeletor.

Also, while it’s said “Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.” Starscream should’ve been turned into scrap before they ever left Cybertron.

So far, I’ve got to say that I don’t dislike Reggie. Yea, he’s a snob, and he’s arrogant, but Thomas is right. At least he’s an honest dick. ^_^;
Besides. This comic without Reggie would fall short a few notches just for the fact that watching him fail is hilarious. XD

I thought it was “vaya con dios”, meaning “go with god”. “Via” is “life” and is a noun.

I might be wrong. But I don’t think so this time. >_>

well… he didn’t get to axe them, so I am a mite disappointed. He has to use the axe eventually…

Am I the only one who saw Mike holding the axe and missiles and thought, “Wow, this looks like a lead-in for ‘Knights of Badassdom’?”

Looks like Mike might have been an old-school LARPer at one time.

hmmm… i’m noticing a distinct lack of contact markers on Reggie. Wes may not be so lucky, but I wouldn’t count the Reggie out yet.

At least Reggie hit someone. Not the one he was aiming at, presumably, but he did hit someone. Although, he could be in cahoots with Mike.

That’d be the kind of sucking up he’s famous for.

I sort of hope Mike gets a little more comic time once this arc is over, he seems like a pretty fun character.

Mike continues to be one of the best in so many ways.

And Reggie…. Well, it’s really hard to hate him as much as I used to. Oh he’s still an unlikable prick but you can’t fault his sense of honor.

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